The table below contains the names of sailors who served aboard the USS Bordelon (DD 881). Please keep in mind that this list does only include records of people who submitted their information for publication on this website. If you also served aboard and you remember one of the people below you can click on the name to send an email to the respective sailor. Would you like to have such a crew list on your website?
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There are 117 crew members registered for the USS Bordelon (DD 881).
|Tannery, Frank||RM3||1973 – Jan 1974||Ops||Anyone i served with on the Bordelon that one year in 1973 are welcome to email me anytime. Gene|
|Bowers, Dennis||E-3||1973 – 1975||First Division|
|Mills, Charles (Rusty)||RM2||Oct 15, 1973 – Jan 1, 1977||OC|
|Scroggins, Wayne||E-3||1974 – 1975||Yoeman||When I was on board my hometown was Alton, IL. I now live in Farmington, MO|
|Cameron, Michael||BT3||Feb 1974 – 1977||Boiler Tech||Looking for old brothers|
|Hawkins, Mark||E3||Mar 12, 1974 – Dec 20, 1975||Engineering|
|Hawkins, Mark||Apr 22, 1974 – Dec 20, 1975||Engineering||I am looking for shipmates that where on the DD881, when we give support to the USS Belknap CG26 after she collide with J.F.K.|
|Zaranko, Charles||BTFN||Jun 1974 – 1975||B Division|
|Starkey, Jack||Qm3||Jun 1974 – Jun 1975||OX||December 2012 my shipmate and life long friend David Van Almelo aka Doc passed away he was intered in the National Cemetery near Tracy Calif. R.I.P. I will see you on the other side and we will "Splice the main brace "|
|Williams, Don (Willy)||MM2||Jun 1974 – Mar 1977||M||Remember Belknap and North Atlantic collissions|
|Hawkins, Mark||E-3||Nov 14, 1974 – Dec 20, 1975||Engineering|
|Webb, George||E3||Dec 1974 – Sep 1975||M Division|
|Bunting, Scott||QM-2||1975 – Dec 1975|
|McCarthy, Mac||MM3||1975 – 1975||M DIV.||MAIN CONTROL|
|Bramhall, Lon||seeman||1975 – 1977||B M|
|White, Mike||STG3||1975 – 1976||AS(3rd)||Helped put the fires out on the Belknap on 22Nov75. Helped treat my injured shipmates on 14Sept76 in the wardroom which had been converted into a triage. Still have a business card from Dave Nelson from back then.|
|Rhoades, James||FA||Jan 1975 – Jan 1976||a gang||spent one year there just turned 18 and I recall vividly the night we collided with the Kennedy.|
|Merat, Mark||GMT3||Feb 8, 1975 – 1977||3||Was an interesting ride then went on after DECOM and Did 17 years of sea duty and retired a Chief. Lots of great shipmate on the Bordelon.|
|Ruddell, Barry (Rudy)||MM3||Feb 28, 1975 – Sep 1976||Engineering/ B-4||best year and a half of my life|
|Milligan, Barry||Mmfn||Mar 12, 1975 – Sep 29, 1976||Mm||I'm looking for Brad brummage we were good friends on the ship and I enjoyed myself while I was aboard I'll never forget it and I'll never forget the Kennedy hitting the belt map and exploding .|
|Kenny, Piel||BTFN||May 12, 1975 – Jan 20, 1977||Engineering||would like to chat with people that were on bard from 1975 to 1977|
|Valentine, Reginald||Electronics Technician 2nd class||Aug 1975 – Jan 1977||Operations||Anyone remember rescue and assistance of the Belknap, and getting run over by the "USS Can Opener" , less the a year later.|
|Neeley, Earl / Gordon||E-3||Aug 12, 1975 – Sep 8, 1977||Boiler tech|
|Valentine, Reginald||ET2||Sep 2, 1975 – Feb 4, 1976||Operations||It actually was an adventure|
|Nelson, Dave||SN||Oct 1975 – Feb 1977||Boatswain||I will never forget September 14, 1976 I was the Helmsman at the time we collided with the USS JOHN F KENNEDY|
|Scott, Ted||SKSN||1976 – 1977||Stores||Aboard 9/14/76. 18 yrs old.Standing next to ASROC Launcher. ALL HANDS STAND BY FOR COLLISION. Looked back then UP-saw underside of JFK flight deck -Worse night of my life. STILL nightmares. Steel-on-steel fills my dream.|
|Whack, Blease||EN||Feb 3, 1976 – Feb 6, 1977||Engernering|
|Hill, Danny||MM3||May 1976 – Aug 1976||M||Temp duty between "A" school and Nuc school|
|Goodwin, Jerry||ICFN||Feb 18, 1977 – Feb 1, 1977||Electrical||Joined ship in Spain while it was on a Med Criuse, On board when the JF Kennedy slam dunked us into the sea. Enjoyed the down time in plymouth , England and being towed back to Charleston, SC for decommissioning.|
There are currently no planned reunions.